Sep 7th 2010 5:44AM It has been my experience that the players in social/leveling guild treat the gbank as a dump or demand access so they can ninja it. At the end of the day, access to the gbank isn't going to be a deal breaker compared to something useful like free repairs.
"Offering free anything to join a guild leads to people of dubious motives. "
And that bothers me how? My strategy is based on quantity not quality. The more people I have in the guild levelling and earning guild xp, the better it is for both me and the players in it. Note there will be some rules (no begging/racism/sexism), but at the end of the day self sufficiency will be expected of players, similar to what GG has set up in his latest project ThePug.
Sep 6th 2010 5:34PM I have a main in a raiding guild, and my other 80s (gogo dual boxing and RAF) in a 'vanity' guild.
I would like to get the guild xp happening in my vanity guild, so here is what I am thinking. Come 3.9, I'll start spamming guild invites, offering free guild repairs as an incentive to join. judging by how poor some players are even at 80, I should attract a range of levels and classes.
I am hoping it is easy to track the top 10/20 guild xp contributors, and will offer weekly cash/item incentives for players as a carrot to achieve more.
I see the only flaw being the ability to track the main contributors and how muh time I am willing to devote to this project, hopefully if Blizz doesn't make a tracking app someone in the add-on community will.
Jul 31st 2010 1:09PM If you are a tank that keyboard turns, then you are fucking fail, end of story.
Jul 26th 2010 6:53PM Yer good point cutaia, are these additions fun to play? Or is it just a case of new devs getting in a dicking with the work of others?
I'm pretty cool with change, but I picked a pally as my main over a rogue/feral druid/dk as I dislike the combo point/runic point resource mechanic. It will be interesting to see where this ends up come release day.
Jul 16th 2010 3:57AM Only one word can describe this clip:
Jul 8th 2010 9:55AM I feel so sorry for the community managers/moderators who will have their real names displayed.
These guys have taken the rather thankless job of customer service, and are more then likely young and at graduate/entry level. To say these people deserve to have their real name published to be cross-examined and prodded by ANYBODY with an internet connection and access to the forums is ridiculous.
The people who should be targeted is Upper Management. These are the people who create and enforce directives such as this, and these are the guys whose names we should know. Not some poor bastard just doing his/her job, dealing with the disgraceful attitude of internet people, clearly demonstrated by some who have posted in this thread.
Jul 7th 2010 9:00AM Blizzard are implementing the display of your real name when forum posting to discourage trolling.
Trolling also happens, in a much more graphic and disgraceful way, everyday on /2. Soooooo do I need to connect the dots?
Jul 6th 2010 9:45AM Wow tough choice. Play with a group of people you know and like, or play with what only could be called acquaintances spending your time sifting through damage meters so you can call out the pally who was only doing 11k dps.
GTFO here and go play on the Elitist Jerks forums buddy
Jun 24th 2010 5:29PM "I actually proposed while we were killing Ragnaros."
As if was another reason was needed to fix the crown of Geek King to your head :)
Grats mate, and count yourself one of the lucky ones to score a geek wife!